Freddie Hubbard

Freddie Hubbard was, next to Miles Davis, the most dramatic and far-reaching brass player of the past 60 years. He died at age 70 in December 2008, leaving a legacy of some 100 recordings under his own name and with everyone from Wes Montgomery and Art Blakey to Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, Oscar Peterson, Quincy Jones, Dexter Gordon, George Benson, Sarah Vaughan, Max Roach, Count Basie, Ornette Coleman and many others. Throughout the course of his luminous international career, Hubbard established a standard of pure sound that brass players aspire to today. Hubbard’s explosive and lyrical virtuosity (first noted during a high school band performance in his hometown of Indianapolis) as well as his flow of brilliant, spontaneous ideas and determination to play loudest, hardest, fastest and most imaginatively, will never go out of style. PDF – Dec 26, 2011
Downbeat PDF – Oct 1, 2011 – Aug 3, 2011

Something Else! – Jul 21, 2011

Jazz Times – Jul 14, 2011

Audiophile Auditon – Jul 5, 2011

Slant Magazine – Jun 12, 2011

Pittsburgh Tribune JPG – May 29, 2011

All Music – May 10, 2011 – May 10, 2011 – Mar 11, 2011


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